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The effects of temperature and illumination on stigma level in three varieties of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)


, : The effects of temperature and illumination on stigma level in three varieties of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Proceedings of the XIth Eucarpia meeting on tomato genetics and breeding: 105-110

Plants of Marroqui, Moneymaker and Red Top were grown under 4 regimes: high temperature (HT) + normal light intensity, HT + low light intensity (LI), low temperature (LT) + normal light intensity and LT + LI. Lengths of the stamens (SL) and pistils (PL) were measured in each flower of the first 3 trusses. Stigma level was determined as PL - SL. Stigma level values were higher in fully opened flowers of Marroqui and Moneymaker under the HT than under the LT regime.


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